thought and idea; the vestibule in which a material sense of things
disappears, and spiritual sense unfolds the great facts of existence.
constancy; not a faltering nor a blind faith, but the perception of
mortal embracing duplicity, repentance, sensualism.
the revelation of Science, in which the so-called material senses yield to
the spiritual sense of Life and Love.
spiritual thoughts and representatives of Life, Truth, and Love.
Sensual and mortal beliefs; counterfeits of creation, whose better
originals are God's thoughts, not in embryo, but in maturity; material
suppositions of life, substance, and intelligence, opposed to the Science
tenth part; homage; gratitude.
A sacrifice to
Benjamin (Jacob's son).
belief as to life, substance, and mind; human knowledge, or so-called
mortal mind, devoted to matter; pride; envy; fame; illusion; a false
belief; error masquerading as the possessor of life, strength, animation,
and power to act.
Renewal of affections;
self-offering; an improved state of mortal mind; the introduction of a
more spiritual origin; a gleam of the infinite idea of the infinite
Principle; a spiritual type; that which comforts, consoles, and supports.
motive-power of error; mortal belief; animal power.
might and wisdom of God.
"For this is
the will of God." (I Thessalonians iv. 3.)
Will, as a quality of so-called mortal mind, is a wrongdoer; hence it
should not be confounded with the term as applied to Mind or to one of
In the Hebrew,
this term is sometimes employed as a title, which has the inferior sense
of master, or ruler.
In the Greek,
the word kurios almost always has this lower sense,
unless specially coupled with the name God.
signification is Supreme Ruler.